Monday, May 09, 2005

breathe


drowning
Originally uploaded by symbiopsychotaxiplasm.

remember when I made 14:59 and I felt like crap because I felt rejected for not being part of a film that I really wanted to? well I feel like it's being rubbed in my face every day I'm at that media studio and being the obsessive film geek I am, I am actually experiencing physical pain every time I'm reminded I have not attained the goal I wanted so much for too long. ::"Right Where It Belongs" by Nine Inch Nails:: Click here to watch

14 Comments:

Blogger monica o! said...

brian... this was greatness to the extreme!!! simplistic and i love it.
that's so sad though...
say si made me cry today.
old school say si por vida!

4:26 PM  
Blogger Nathan Peters said...

What a kickass video. I love the concept of drowning in the bathtub.

You convey emotion so well in your videos. Its awesome.

7:01 PM  
Blogger Josh Leo said...

The suspense was killing me. I was so eager for it to come over your eyes. The bubbles coming out of your ears were cool too.

Cheer up buddy, go outside lie in the grass and soak up some sun. Watch the sunrise and listen to some funk...that always gets me goin.

Your work consistantly astounds me...and makes me feel inferior

8:25 PM  
Anonymous kristinarapacki said...

I'm always impressed by your work, but this one might just be my favourite one so far. The music is extremely fittin, and the split screen works very well too!

11:07 PM  
Blogger The Faux Press said...

You've certainly raised the barre for suspense films. Once again, you make us not only sit up and take notice, but make our hearts & minds race. Damn.

6:46 AM  
Blogger dezi said...

i felt so much when i saw this.....it gave me that feeling in my stomache......very your very passionate about our work and thats what makes it beautiful!!!!

2:18 PM  
Blogger Trunks said...

At first it's a simple "oh whatever, it's a guy in a bathtub set to a NIN song", but once the song starts to pick up and continue on, the rising water and expressions on your face trigger thoughts and emotions in the viewer's mind, such as what is it like to live in a world where nothing is real, or what could possibly be going on inside of your mind in that very moment.

You're insane Brian. Never lose touch with that.

12:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What if no one thing could satisfy you? Never fill a void that you yourself authored and birthed. Maybe, you should stop having a void. And perhaps, having nothing will feel like satisfaction. Or maybe all is empty and meaningless, and you become empty and free to care, or not.

1:39 PM  
Blogger little bit ugly said...

Amazing brain, just freaking amazing.

5:29 PM  
Blogger Dooser said...

Freaking A.

*Applause*

7:30 PM  
Blogger Aaron Flores said...

brian, how come you are so freakin amazing bro?

I see some themes emerging: water, showers, nakedness, sadness.

I like your stuf because it has dark edge to it. Darkness is beauty.

Aaron
thevoiz.com

12:48 AM  
Blogger duncan said...

i can;t believe i haven;t found your stuff before... this is awesome... i look forward to your return!!!

d

2:19 PM  
Anonymous Yo said...

Nice work man.
What a simple way to portray emotion and to pull out emotions from the audience.
Inspiring!!
Keep up the good work.

2:31 PM  
Blogger Verdi said...

Isn't it funny how what you were upset about is now so trivial? Quit stressing. It's all just a matter of time.

7:28 PM  

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